St. Rose is excited to share “Worthy of the Name,” the Archdiocese of Denver’s vision document for the renewal and revitalization of Catholic schools. Click here to learn more!
Worthy of the Name provides us an ambitious, but much-needed vision for the renewal of our Catholic schools in the Archdiocese of Denver. This vision is the fruit of the archdiocesan School Symposium that was held in October 2015 and brought over 200 principals, pastors, and archdiocesan leaders to discuss the future of our Catholic school. What is this document all about?
Our principal Mr. Moo, in the Principally Speaking for January 2016, shared with us some the highlights of the document, including a summary of the four areas the Catholic schools will be focusing on. He also offered some insights into how they impact St. Rose and how our school community has already begun to address these goals. Please click here to read the Principally Speaking.
To access and read the full document, as well as to watch a short video with some reflections from Archbishop Aquila and our Superintendent of Schools, Kevin Kijewski, please go to denvercatholicschools.com.